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" >> now rosa parks has a permanent place in the u-s ("applause") president obama and congressional leaders unveiled a nine-foot tall bronze statue of the civil rights pioneer today. parks died in 2005 at the age of 92. she was the first woman to lie in honor in the rotunda of the u-s capitol. after her death, then- president george w. bush directed congress to commission a statue in her honor. now for today's market update. it's another "up" day for wall street. stocks closed sharply higher for a second day as evidence mounts that the housing market is making a comeback. the dow jumped 175 points to close at 14- thousand- 75, its highest close of the year. it's up nearly 300 points over the past two days, putting it within 100 points of its record high reached the nasdaq rose nearly 33 points to close at 3- thousand-162. and the s&p gained 19 points to close at one-thousand- 515. once again. identity theft tops the annual list of consumer complaints to the federal trade commission. karin caifa has the full list, and tips to avoid becoming a victim of any of the top scams. the federal trade
department issued a travel warning to u-s citizens that criminals may be plotting to kidnap american tourists in the area the couple was last seen. hand's family has created a facebook page to reach out to people in peru and other travellers. >> he was wrongfully convicted for nearly seven- years for a violent assault in west oakland that he didn't commit. ronald ross is now a free man. due in large part to law students from the northern california >> a powerful winter storm is moving across the plains states, pounding texas, oklahoma. and parts of kansas and missouri. in some cities. it's becoming a record-setting storm. melisa raney reports. >> reporter: the national weather service is calling it "a crippling historic blizzard." a snowstorm that pounded the texas panhandle monday with two-to-three inches an hour. in amarillo, texas the national weather service says nineteen inches fell monday--breaking a single day record for the month of february that was set in 1893. things got so bad the texas department of transportation actually pulled its plows off the roads.as national guard units he
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